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Porter Batiste Stoltz Live at Cervante's Masterpiece Ballroom on 2005-07-15




PBS (Porter Batiste Stoltz)
July 15th, 2005
Denver, CO @ Cervante's Masterpiece Ballroom - late night

SBD > XLR > Marantz PMD-670* > CF > Marantz PMD-670 > USB > Mac G4 Powerbook
(867MHz) > wav > Granite FireWire 120GB HD > Mac G4 Powerbook (867Mhz) >
ProTools 6.1.2 LE > wav > FLAC > CDR > EAC > FLAC
*Marantz settings: (16bit/stereo/44.1KHz,-20dB pad on)

One HUGE set:
Disc 1:
1. Wah Wah Me^ >
2. Good Old Funky Music
3. Name Up In Lights >
4. Seraphina Lives > Jam
5. All We Wanna Do
6. Sugar For Me >
7. Jam >
8. Get Down Tonight >
9. Purple Haze >
10. PBS Funks The Best

Disc 2:
1. Down By The River >
2. Breathe*
3. Bring The Flood >
4. Raging Jam >
5. Spanish Castle Magic$//
6. //Ouw > Jam% > drums
7. Cowbell Funk Jam& >
8. fUNKY Big Chief+ (Fiyo Levee)
9. encore break - see recording notes
Encore:
10. I Believe
11. Tippi Toes@ > Jam

^ - it took me about 5 minutes to get levels set so it's a little hot for the first few minutes.
I had the FOH engineer bring my patch down a little bit and that was it. Sorry it took me 5 minutes!
# - introduced by Russ as "Sexual Sugar"
* - first time played, Pink Floyd cover
$ - CF card switch, didn't miss much (no patch source available)
% - w/ Do Whatcha Wanna & Fiyo On The Bayou teases
& - w/ Look Ka Py-Py tease
+ - w/ Fire on The Bayou turnaround/jamming
@ - W/ "Hey Hey Watusi" and more Do Whatcha Wanna vocals

Recording notes:
The whole show is a bit hot, but then again, anyone that was there will tell you that it was a LOUD night, right from the get-go. Good Old Funky Music was loud as hell and that was the second song of the show. Also, D2T9 contains pretty much nothing but a little bit of crowd noise (it's a SBD) very little banter and a 1:06 gap of silence when the mics were muted on the SBD. If the idea of sitting through 1:06 of silence bothers you, don't burn D2T9. You've been warned!

The BAND:
George Porter Jr. - bass, vocals
David Russell "Russ-kell" Batiste Jr. - drums, cymbals, vocals
Brian Stoltz - guitar, vocals, funk cowbell

Note: This show didn't start until 12:30am, so I guess that means they played on 7/16, but I went with the official tour date. PBS started after midnight because it was an "after show" meant to follow the Phil Lesh & Friends show at the Fillmore.


Collection PorterBatisteStoltz
Band/Artist Porter Batiste Stoltz
Venue Cervante's Masterpiece Ballroom

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